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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1944 (Volume 1944) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1946 (Volume 1946) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1928 (Volume 1928) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1963 (Volume 1963) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1921 (Volume 1921) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1936 (Volume 1936) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1966 (Volume 1966) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1932 (Volume 1932) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1950 (Volume 1950) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1918 (Volume 1918) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1948 (Volume 1948) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1943 (Volume 1943) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1959 (Volume 1959) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1940 (Volume 1940) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1924 (Volume 1924) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1945 (Volume 1945) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1957 (Volume 1957) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1955 (Volume 1955) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1941 (Volume 1941) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1942 (Volume 1942) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1943 (Volume 1943) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1950 (Volume 1950) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1923 (Volume 1923) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1948 (Volume 1948) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1946 (Volume 1946) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1957 (Volume 1957) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1956 (Volume 1956) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1931 (Volume 1931) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1929 (Volume 1929) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1940 (Volume 1940) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1939 (Volume 1939) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1930 (Volume 1930) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1954 (Volume 1954) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1965 (Volume 1965) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1944 (Volume 1944) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1920 (Volume 1920) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1955 (Volume 1955) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1925 (Volume 1925) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1922 (Volume 1922) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1953 (Volume 1953) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Immigration Thesis, 1914 - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1949 (Volume 1949) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1927 (Volume 1927) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1936 (Volume 1936) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1937 (Volume 1937) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1964 (Volume 1964) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1951 (Volume 1951) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1953 (Volume 1953) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Personal Diaries, 1949 (Volume 1949) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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[texts]Alice Winifred O'Connor Professional Diaries, 1947 (Volume 1947) - OConnor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968
Alice O'Connor (1886-1968) was an immigration worker in Boston, Massachusetts. Between 1918 and 1962 she worked as the executive secretary, social worker, executive official, and finally board member for the Massachusetts Department of Education's Division of Immigration and Americanization. She sought to ensure that all immigrants to Massachusetts were treated without prejudice and were given the opportunity to gain an education, earn a living, and become citizens of the United States...
Keywords: Emigration & immigration; Refugees; Immigrants; Naturalization; Deportations; Citizenship; Depressions; War; Anti-communism; Communism; Prejudice; Discrimination; McCarthyism; Government regulation; State government; Legislation; Lawyers; Social workers; Adult education; Christianity; Religious services; Sick persons; Death; Economics; Poverty; History; Clubs; Public service employment; Civil service; O'Connor, Alice Winifred, 1886-1968; Thayer, Pauline Revere, 1862-1934; Guyton, Mary L., 1882-1967; Lawrence (Mass.); Boston (Mass.)
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